replacement for MS vc++

freeburn hossain at
Fri Sep 18 02:35:50 UTC 2009

 I had a microprocessor course in my past semester. in that course we
were taught assembly language by exclusively MASM and microsoft visual 
c++. i know i can replace the MASM with nasm. but where assembly
language has to be used with c/c++ then which IDE/platform suits most?(i
know all can be done by superhuman "gcc" options, but i'm not that

for my c/c++/java/python/php development i use "netbeans" and
occasionally "eclipse". are those IDE are capable of using assembly with

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